Some real talk for you now, it’s absolutely fine to include chocolate in your diet. Sure you might want to basis your primary meals around nutritious choices, but for long term happiness? Chocolate has its place and for me, it’s a daily thing.
When it comes to lower calorie chocolate bars, marketing can play not only an expensive and also confusing part of making a suitable choice. Whilst, I’m in no way shape or form here to tell you not to buy what you enjoy and/or suits your budget. I’m always keen to remind people that the bar that’s heavily marketed as the “Healthy Option” might not be any nutritionally different to just buying a smaller version of your favourite brand.
Here’s some of my favourite choices and I’ve snuck in a few chocolate biscuits too, because why the hell not?
KitKat – 106 Calories
Dairy Milk Little Bars – 96 Calories
Cadbury Freddo – 95 Calories
Kinder chocolate bars – 71Calories
Mars, Snickers and Twix – All now have 99 calorie options available.
Blue Riband biscuit = 99 calorie
Cadbury Curly Wurly – 118 Calories
Milkyway – 117 Calories
Mini Cadbury Buttons Bag – 76 Calories
Mini Milkybar Buttons Bag – 65 Calories
Breakaway Bar – 99 Calories
Club Orange Bars – 116 Calories
Tunocks Tea Cakes – 106 Calories
Twix Top Chocolate Biscuit Bars -106 Calories
Cadbury Flake 20g Bar – 104 Calories
Kinder Happy Hippo Cocoa Cream – 122 Calories
Kinder Surprise Egg – 110 Calories
Cadbury Mini Fingers Snack Bag – 98 Calories
Toffee Crisp Chocolate Biscuits – 99 Calories